TUAW: “Mac 101: Pressing F5 in a text field”
I’ve been using Macs for years, but it seems like I’m always finding out about clever new tricks and shortcuts, such as this one:
If you’re typing in a text field (in Safari, TextEdit, or most any Mac OS X app), you can press F5 while your cursor rests in a particular word to see a list of words that begin with the letters after the last space… The results come from Mac OS X’s built-in dictionary.
FYI, if you try this in Firefox, you’ll simply refresh your browser. Click here for more useful “Mac 101” tips and tricks.
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